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  1. Does Kratom works against anxiety: Even though estimates show that over 30 per cent of U.S. adults have an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives, it’s very easy to feel alone when you live with anxiety. Most people reduce the restlessness and tension that come with pain and anxiety by consuming prescription medicine or meditation.Kratom is the other good alternative. A common question asked by majority of people. Does kratom help anxiety? So, obviously yes. Those who want to know does kratom works will find their answer after this article.Before finding out the best kratom strain, let’s know first about anxiety and its symptoms that will help us in finding the right solution in Kratom. Anxiety:Anxiety is a distressing, unpleasant emotional state of nervousness and uneasiness; its causes are less clear. Anxiety is less tied to the exact timing of a threat; it can be anticipatory before a threat, persist after a threat has passed, or occur without an identifiable threat. Now after knowing the symptoms of anxiety. visit the following link in which the best kratom for anxiety is discussed in detail. https://buy-kratom-online.us/best-kratom-for-anxiety/ Actually what is kratom? Kratom is a tropical tree native to South Asia. Its leaves are chewed as a medicine. It has been reported to treat chronic pain, anxiety, sleeping disorder, depression and digestive ailments. To know more about kratom in detail visit this site. This site will help you to find best kratom, best vendors with high quality products and it provides detail knowledge about the treatment of various diseases with kratom. Without any ado, let's discuss the main theme of article the best kratom to treat anxiety. Various Strains of kratom: Different types of kratom are called strains. Most kratom strains take their names from their places of origin. Different kratom strains have slightly different effects. Different kratom strains have various effects. We are going to discuss the various strains of kratom these kratoms are not only effects anxiety and depression as well as it also effects chronic pain, Relaxation purposes and many more. Various Strains of kratom are listed below: Maeng Da. Indo. Bali/red vein. Green Malay. Thai. Borneo. Malaysian. Maeng Da: Maeng da refers to various types of strong and long-lasting kratom. Maeng da originated in Thailand, but Indonesian and Malaysian maeng da strains are also available. Maeng da can be green, red, or white in color. It acts as a stimulant, increasing energy while also inducing feelings of well-being and reducing pain. Some people report feeling talkative after taking maeng da. Red and Green Maeng da considered the best kratom for Anxiety and depression. Indo: Indo kratom comes from Indonesia. Indo kratom is considered to be less stimulating than other strains, though some types may have mild energizing effects. In general, Indo strains are known for increasing relaxation, relieving pain, and promoting feelings of well-being. They are thought to help with anxiety. Indo kratom can be green, red, or white in color which is named by its colors as. · Green Indo kratom. · Red Indo kratom. · White kratom. Green Indo Kratom is used for anxiety and depression. Its users are fully satisfied with its quality and its effects. It is an ideal kratom for Anxiety and depression. Red Bali kratom: Bali kratom originates in Indonesia. It’s reddish and believed to provide effective pain relief. Users say it’s the most “opioid-like” of all the kratom strains. It may help relieve pain-related conditions, such as depression or chronic pain. Green Malay: Green Malay kratom comes from Malaysia. It’s dark green. At low doses, it provides energy and focuses along with pain relief. At high doses, it may have more of a sedative effect. It is one of the best kratoms that helps with anxiety. Its users are well satisfied with this kratom and prefer it for anxiety and depression. Thai: Thai kratom comes from Thailand. Red, green, and white vein Thai kratom is available, and the effects may vary according to color. Green and white vein strains are said to provide stimulation and create a euphoric “high.” Red vein Thai kratom is said to provide pain relief and Relaxation. Borneo: Borneo kratom comes from Borneo. It comes in red, green, and white vein varieties. Compared to other strains, Borneo kratom is considered to have a more sedating effect. It may be used to treat anxiety and stress. Green vein Borneo kratom considers as the best Kratom for anxiety and depression. Malaysian: Malaysian strains, including green, red, and white vein kratom varieties, are said to provide a balance between stimulating and sedative effects. Users report mood lifts, pain relief, and increased energy and focus. Green Malaysian kratom provides relief from anxiety.
  2. I'm a long time sufferer of OCD, depression and anxiety. I'm a 58 year old woman who lives in the United States. A lot of my support system has evaporated in the last several months. I was a frequent user of the now defunct Anxiety Zone site which helped a lot. I attended a NAMI connections support group for 5 years which disbanded last year. One dear friend has been unreachable due to her mental illness - doesn't return my calls anymore. Another is having a lot of health problems and so she is not very available to get together. I lost my beloved cat last year, he was 18 years old and had end stage pancreatitis. I have 2 new cats which are good cats but they are not so bonded to me like my Rusty was. I myself am having more physical limitations so I can't just be on the go for very long. In short I have too much time on my hands and not enough to do to fill it. I've only been getting out about once a week except for doctor appointments and short errands. I feel very lonely and at loose ends. I hope to make some friends on this site and maybe in time an email penpal or 2. I'm liberal and have a zany sense of humor. Thank you Gilly for this site. There seems to be less and less resources for people with mental illness.
  3. I am really tired. Tired of questioning myself if I am imagining this sad feeling in the pit of my stomach, shivering body, aches and the need to cry when everything in my life is fine according to the socially accepted norms. All I want to do is sit and cry and I can't explain why. I have been on anti depressants and while the good days have increased, the bad days really take me to the abyss. I now empathize with people who commit s****de. I am sick of hearing that voice that says I am good for nothing and that dissolving my existence will solve everything. I love my work, so much that ups and downs at work dictate my personal life. I am doing well, but burnt out and break down too often. I haven't cried as much as I have cried in this year. Am I mad? What is happening? Is this something that I am imagining? Please help. I am tired of looking at faces who want to help me but don't understand what is going through in me. Pl help!